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``SCHEME OF WORK CHEMISTRY FORM 5

THEME : INTERACTION BETWEEN CHEMICALS


LEARNING AREA : 1. RATE OF REACTION

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A student is able to :
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Analysing carboxylic acids •

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2.7 A student is able to:


Analysing esters


2.8 A student is able to:
Evaluating fats

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2.9
Analysing natural rubber A student is able to:

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2.10 A student is able to:
Creating awareness of order in homologous
series
2.11 A student is able to
Expresing gratefulness for the variety of the Describe the existence of various organic materials and their uses in everyday life
variety of organic materials in nature
Practise good nutrition for health

Relate the contribution of palm oil and natural rubber to the economic development of
the country.

THEME : INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CHEMICALS


LEARNING AREA : 3. OXIDATION AND REDUCTION

Learning Objectives Learning Outcomes


3.1 A student is able to :
Analysing redox reactions
state what oxidation is,
state what reduction is,
explain what redox
reaction is,
• state what oxidising agent is,
• state what reducing agent is,

• calculate the oxidation number of an element in a compound ,


• relate the oxidation number of an element to the name of its compound using the IUPAC
nomenclature,
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• explain with examples oxidation and reduction processes in terms of the change in oxidation
number,
• explain with examples oxidation and reduction processes in terms of electron transfer

• explain with examples oxidising and reducing agents in redox reactions,

• write oxidation and reduction half-equation and ionic equations.

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1 3.3 A student is able :
Understanding
the reactivity Carry out an activity to
series of metals investigate the reactivity -
and its of some metals with
application oxygen.

Arrange metals in term


of their reactivity with
oxygen

Carry out activity to


determine
The position of carbon
and hydrogen in the
reactivity series of
metals

Discuss to predict the


position of other metals
in the reactivity series

Collect and interprete


data on the extraction of
iron and tin

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1 Visit metal extraction


factories
or view a video on the
extraction of metals

Discuss the use of the


reactivity series of
metals to predict
possible reactions
involving metals

THEME : INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CHEMICALS


LEARNING AREA : 3. OXIDATION AND REDUCTION

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3.4 A student is able to:

Analysing redox Carry out activity to Comparasin Observing Appreciating the Electrolytic cell-
reactions in investigate oxidation g and balance of nature Sel elektrolisis
electrolytic and and reduction reactions contrasting Inferring
chemical cells in electrolytic and Having critical Chemical cell-
chemical cells Analysing Communicati and analytical Sel kimia
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ng thinking
Using computer Energy
simulation, study and Generating Conversion-
discuss redox reactions • Describe the ideas Being Pertukaran
in various types of cells existence of various cooperative Tenaga
types of ores in our Relating
Discuss the differences country
between electrolytic and • Describe efforts to Transfer of
chemical cells in term of prevent corrosion Electrons-
: of metals Pemindahan
(a) basic structure, Describe the elektron
energy contribution of metal
conversion and extraction industry ti
the transfer of the economy of our
electrons at the country’appreciate
electrodes, chemical cell as a
(b) oxidation and source of renewable
reduction energy
processes

3.5 Analysing
Appreaciating the Relating Interpreting Oxidation number
ability of data or oxidation state –
elements to Communicati  Being nombor
change their Discuss the applications ng objectives pengoksidaan
oxidation of the change of  Having critical
numbers oxidation number in and analytical Corrosion –
substances in the thinking kakisan
following processes:
a. Extracting metal Extraction
from its ore of metal –
b. Corrosion of metal pengekstrak
c. Preventing corrosion an loga
of metal Generating
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d. Generation of ideas
electricity by cell Evaluating
e. Recycling of metals Attributing Communicati
ng  Being
Collect and interpret cooperative
data on:  Being
a. The existence of responsible
various types of ores about the safety
in our country of the
b. Methods of environment
preventing corrosion
of metal
c. Varieties of
chemical cells
d. Recycling of metals

Discuss:
a. The contribution of
metal extraction
industry to the
economy of our
country
b. The potential of new
chemical cells to be
developed as an
alternative source of
renewable energy

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THEME : INTERACTION BETWEEN CHEMICALS
LEARNING AREA : 4. THERMOCHEMISTRY

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4.1 Evaluating A student is able to :
energy changes •
in chemical
reaction

4.2
Understanding
heat of
precipitation

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Describe the
4.3 application of
Understanding knowledge of
heat of exothermic and
displacement endothermic reactions
in everyday life.

A student is able :

A student is able to :

4.4
Understanding A student is able to:
heat of • State what heat of
neutralisation neutralisation is,
• Determine the heat
of neutralisation,
• Construct energy
level diagrams for
various types of
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neutralisation
reactions,

• Compare the heat


of neutrlisation for
the reaction
between a strong
acid and a strong
alkali with the heat
of neuralisation for
a reaction between
a weak acid and /or
a weak alkali
• Explain the
difference of the
heat of
neutralisation for a
strong acid and
strong alkali with
the heat of
neutralisation for a
reaction involving a
weak acid and/or a
weak alkali
• Solve numerical
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problems related to
heat of
neutralisation

4.5
Understanding
Heat of
Combustion
A student is able to

• State what is meant


by the heat of
combustion

• Determine the heat


of combustion for a
reaction

• Construct an energy
level diagram for a
combustion reaction

• Compare the heat of


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combustion for
various alcohols,
• State what is meant
by the fuel value,
• Describe the
differences between
heats of combustion
of various alcohols,
• Describe the
applications of fuel
value
• Compare and
contrast the fuel
values for various
fuels

Solve numerical
problems related to
4.6 heat of combustion
Appreciating
the existence of
various energy
sources

A student is able to:

• describe a variety of
energy sources
• identify various
technologies used to
harness energy

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Justify the use of a


particular energy
source.

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THEME : PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OF MANUFACTURED CHEMICALS
LEARNING AREA : 5. CHEMICALS FOR COMSUMERS

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5.1 Collect and interpret A student is able to: Comparing Classifying Appreciating the
Analysing soap data on : • & Observing contribution of additive –
and detergent (a) the history of soap contrasting science & bahan
manufacturing, Experimentin technology tambahan
(b) what soap and Grouping & g
detergent are, classifying Observing Being responsible biological
(c) the additives in about the safety enzyme
detergent such as Evaluating Interpreting of oneself, others -
biological enzymes Data and the enzim biologi
and whitening Making Communicati environment
agents, conclusions ng detergent –
(d) the preparation of Being detergen
detergent. Manipulative cooperative
skills diligent and saponification
Carry out an activity to persevering –
prepare soap using the saponifikasi
saponification process.
TA :
Investigate the cleansing Detergent
action of soap and box, soap,
detergent using examples of
simulation and computer detergent and
animation soap

Discuss : TA:
(a) the cleansing action Lab apparatus
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of soap and for
detergent, saponification
(b) the differences in process, chart
the effectiveness of
the cleansing action
of soap and The use of
detergent. banned
substances
Conduct a competition such
or carry out a project as alkyl
related to : benzene
(a) the manufacturing sulphonate to
of soap, illustrate
(b) the preparation of detergent
detergent for preparation
multiple purposes should be
such as shampoo and avoided.
dish cleaner

TA :
Materials for
detergent
production
project

5.2 Collect and interpret A student is able to: Attributing Classifying Being diligent preservative –
Evaluating the data on the various types • and persevering pengawet
use of food of food additives in the Grouping & Observing
additives market. classifying Appreciating and antioxidant –
communicatin practicing clean pengantioksid
Collect and interpret Analyzing g and healthy living a /
data on the types of antipengoksid
chemicals used in food Evaluating a
additives and their
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functions as : Making flavouring –
(a) preservatives and conclusion agen perisa
antioxidants, e.g.
sodium nitrite, stabiliser -
sodium benzoate, pengstabil
ascorbic acid,
(b) flavouring agents, thickener
e.g. monosodium agent – agen
glutamate (MSG), pemekat
aspartame,
(c) stabilizers and
thickening agents, TA :
e.g. gelatine, acacia Labels on
gum, food
packaging

Carry out a project to TA : ICT


collect and observe the
labels on food packs and
identify the additives
used.

Discuss:
(a) the rationale for the
use of food
additives,
(b) the effect of food
additives on health
and the environment,
(c) life without food
additives
5.3 Collect and interpret A student is able to: Attributing Classifying Appreciating and Any natural or
Understanding data on various types Observing practicing clean artificially
medicine and functions of Grouping & communicatin and healthy living made
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medicine, i.e.: classifying g chemical
(a) traditional Appreciating the which is used
medicines derived contribution of as a medicine
from plants and science and is called drug.
animals, • technology
(b) analgesics such as Teacher
aspirin, paracetamol should also
and codeine, discuss
(c) antibiotics such as relevant drugs
penicillin and such as
streptomycin, Viagra,
(d) psychotherapeutic ecstasy pills
medicine such as and the like.
stimulant,
antidepressant and TA : ICT,
antipsychotic. Reference
book
Collect and interpret
data on :
(a) the side effects of
modern and
traditional
medicines,
(b) the correct usage of
modern and
traditional
medicines.

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5.4 Collect and interpret A student is able to: Being thankful to TA :
Appreciating the data on : • Describe that the God Newspaper
existence of (a) discovery of discovery of and magazine
chemicals chemicals that can chemicals improves Appreciating the
improve the quality of quality of life, contribution of
life, such as antibiotic • State the side effects science &
and detergent, of chemicals on technology
(b) side effects of humans and the
chemicals on life and the environment,
environment,
(c) describe common
traits among scientists in
carrying out research out
research, such as
patience, meticulousness
and perseverance.
• Describe common
Carry out an activity to traits among
discuss and predict how scientists in carrying
life would be without out research,
chemicals. • Describe life without
chemicals,
Discuss and practice • State appreciation
proper management of and support for
chemicals towards better proper management
life, hygiene and health. of chemicals
.

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